About Us

Mission & Values

Mission: Building Integrity & Modeling Service

The mission of Concord Christian Academy is integral to its vision and operation.  We build integrity by developing Christ-like character in the heart of a student, so that choices are made in private just as they would be made in public. By cooperating with families and the local church, we endeavor to create a consistent climate for children and youth to witness biblical living that is authentic, and makes a difference in one’s life, and in the larger world.

Modeling Service naturally flows from integrity. Children and youth have a power in their enthusiasm, their endless energy, to affect those who have lost hope, to help those who truly cannot help themselves, to faithfully steward the “much” we live with every day. As part of our mission of ‘modeling service’, all students participate in a service program in which they model the love and service of Christ. In addition, we seek to provide volunteer opportunities.

Vision: “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men.” Luke 2:52

It is Concord Christian Academy’s vision that Jesus Christ’s transforming grace and truth be manifested in the lives of students by influencing every arena of life and evidenced by advancing integrity, mercy, competence, compassion, forgiveness, and beauty. It is our desire that we be a school community where:

  • Christ is Lord, loved with heart, soul, strength, and mind.
  • Others are served before self.
  • Scripture is experienced as a feast of truth.
  • Prayer comes as naturally as breathing.
  • Beauty in the world is cherished.
  • Participation in the arts is an expression of joy in God’s handwork.
  • Everyone contributes to work that sustains family, school, Church, and community.
  • Vigorous play and sound health habits are embraced by all.
  • Remorse and restitution are met with forgiveness and restoration.
  • A zest for lifelong learning is cultivated.
  • Students, sound in spirit and capable in action, are prepared for further study and service in the life God has given to them.

Our Core Values reflect the heart of Concord Christian Academy to apply the mission to learning.

  • Christ
    Maintaining humble submission to Jesus Christ, the risen Lord and Savior.
  • The Bible
    Recognizing the ultimate authority for worldview and ministry.
  • Prayer
    Cultivating communication with God as a life skill and resource for ministry.
  • Church
    Partnering with the biblical base of ministry.
  • Unity
    Seeking common ground with all believers in Jesus Christ.
  • Love
    Treating all people with grace and respect.
  • Differences
    Seeing each person as a special creation with God-given gifts and needs for unique pathways of development.
  • Excellence
    Operating with integrity, high academic achievement, and wise stewardship.
  • Accountability
    Preserving transparency, and faithfulness in all financial and ministry affairs.
  • Generosity
    Striving to make it economically possible for all to select CCA for their children.
  • Understanding
    Remembering that parents must decide what is best for each child’s education.
Community Life Statement
  • We believe that God’s Word, the Bible, including the Old and New Testaments, are the ultimate guide for our values, attitudes and behaviors.
  • We seek spiritual maturity by maintaining a personal devotional life, participating in community worship and prayer, being firmly planted in the life, ministry, and spiritual oversight of a local church, parish, synagogue or other assembly of believers.
  • We seek to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace; to accept one another in love through humility, gentleness, and patience.
  • We seek to encourage one another to mature in Christ-likeness by speaking the truth in love, in our classrooms, business affairs, social relationships, and in all other areas of our shared life.
  • We encourage responsible relationships and unity within families.
  • We seek to respect and encourage our uniqueness in Christ, which includes our diversity of denomination, race, culture, personality, development, experience, gifts and goals.
  • We seek to become involved individually and corporately with the Church in ministering to spiritual and social needs within and beyond our own community.
  • We renounce attitudes such as greed, jealousy, false pride, lust, bitterness, hostility, an unforgiving spirit and discrimination or prejudice such as that based on race, sex, appearance, emotional health, athletic ability and academic or socio-economic status.
  • We renounce behaviors such as distortion of God’s Word, deception, falsehood, malicious speech, drunkenness, drug abuse, stealing, cheating, and sexual immorality such as pornography, premarital sex, adultery and homosexual behavior.
  • We acknowledge that every single person has engaged in attitudes and behaviors that fall short of God’s standards and we rejoice in God’s forgiveness and restoration. We affirm the mandates of God’s Word to treat all human beings with love and respect whether or not they accept and endorse these values.
  • We seek to follow, where interpersonal conflict arises or such shortfalls in attitudes and behaviors occur, a biblical process such as outlined in Matthew 18:15-20 for correction, forgiveness, restitution and reconciliation.
  • We seek to practice an attitude of mutual submission according to the mind of Christ, recognizing that at times our personal rights and preferences must be put aside for the sake of others conscience and the good of the community.
  • We seek to encourage the cultivation of such spiritual attitudes as love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
Statement of Faith

Concord Christian Academy believes:

  • In one God, Creator, and Lord of the Universe, the co-eternal Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • That Jesus Christ, God’s Son, was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, lived a sinless life, died a substitutionary atoning death on the cross, rose bodily from the dead and ascended to heaven where, as truly God and truly man, He is the only mediator between God and human beings.
  • The Bible is God’s authoritative and inspired Word. It is without error in all its teachings, including creation, history, its own origins, and salvation. Christians must submit to its divine authority, both individually and corporately, in all matters of belief and conduct.
  • All people are lost sinners and cannot see the Kingdom of God except through the new birth. Justification is by grace through faith in Christ alone.
  • In the necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit for each individual’s new birth and growth to maturity, and for the Church’s constant renewal in truth, wisdom, faith, holiness, love, power, and mission.
  • In one holy, universal, and apostolic Church. Its calling is to worship God and witness concerning its Head, Jesus Christ, preaching the Gospel among all nations and demonstrating its commitment by compassionate service to the needs of human beings and by promoting righteousness and justice.
  • Jesus Christ Himself will physically return in glory to raise the dead and bring salvation and judgment to completion. God will fully manifest his Kingdom when He establishes a new heaven and new earth, in which He will be glorified forever and • exclude all evil, suffering, and death.